Disability advocates and transit experts discuss the history, the current state and the future of accessible transportation in Chicago. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV). Topic: accessible transportation
sustainable media in support of missions - open formats, accessible technology, localized languages and compact formats that encourage access and allow readability and understanding of the material Topic: sustainable accessible media missions
FR Conversions provides their customers with high quality wheelchair accessible vans and mobility lifts from trusted brands. They also provide minivan conversions and mobility van options. Contact them to know more. Topics: wheelchair accessible vans, handicap vans
Chrysler Wheelchair Accessible Vans from Better Life Mobility Centers. For more information or a test drive, visit one of our three locations (San Diego, RIverside, or Las Vegas) or http://www.betterlifemobility.com Topics: Chrysler, Wheelchair Accessible Vans, Accessible Vans, Better Life Mobility
Frank Adams gives a driver's view of accessible vehicles and motoring with a disability - past, present, and what he'd like to see in the future. Topics: Accessible vehicle, motoring, wheelchair, disability
On this episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily talk about accessibility needs and where they conflict depending on disability. Topics: disability, disabilities, accessible, access, podcast, stall
You could locate wheelchair mini vans of various companies like Chevrolet, Toyota, Honda and so on. Mobility Vans Sales has ended up being the most effective wheelchair vans dealer amongst the all. We are providing the vans at very cost effective price. At our main site you could look into the vans offered whether new or used. The full details concerning the van is available on the website together with the cost. You can choose the one which agrees with for you. Topics: mobility vans, handicapped cars, accessible minivans
In today's podcast, I'm talking to Ben Shanley from AKW, a company that specialises in adaptations to make it easier to live independently in your own home. They started with accessible bathrooms, then transferred that expertise to designing kitchens as well. Topics: AKW, Accessible kitchen, independent living, inclusive design
On this episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily talk about tokenization as it relates to disability. And some sweet-ass music. Topics: disability, disabilities, accessible, access, podcast, stall
http://www.jubileemobility.co.uk/ - Jubilee Mobility manufactures a large number of Wheelchair accessible cars each year and has the skills needed to put together bespoke packages that are suitable for any use, whether personal or commercial. provide a free home demonstration service. Topics: Wheelchair accessible cars, Disability vehicles, Mobility vehicles
In this podcast, Frances Leckie, editor of Independent Living, talks to Tom Yendell, Board Member of the International Association of Mouth and Foot Painters (AMFPA), but not about his work as an artist. Instead, we are discussing the Flat Spaces Foundation, a project dear to his heart, which aims to provide 'state of the art' self-contained accommodation for wheelchair users. Topics: Flat Spaces, Tom Yendell, accessible, holiday accommodation
On the first episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily tackle the biggest issue facing the disability community today: pre-peeled fruit Topics: disability, disabilities, accessibility, accessible, disabled, activism, advocacy
On this episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily talk about walking and wheelchairs or whatever. All kinds of movement going on here man. Topics: disability, disabilities, accessible, access, podcast, stall
CONTENT NOTE: This episode contains frank discussion of sexual harassment. We understand this is a sensitive subject for some. Please do not listen if you don't feel comfortable doing so. Thank you.On this episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily talk about the reality that is sexual assault as it pertains to people with disabilities. Topics: disability, disabilities, accessible, access, podcast, stall
Frances Leckie, editor of the Independent Living website, interviews Philip Anderson about using technology and setting up an online retail business. Blind from birth, Philip is a serial entrepreneur, and rather frustrated by the obstacles put in his way when tech gadgets and software are not as accessible as they should be.From Apple and Microsoft to eBay and PayPal, the major companies in the market don't seem to be thinking about the needs of their disabled customers. Topics: E-commerce, disabled, blind, entrepreneur, accessible, tech, inaccessible, assistive technology
http://www.accessiblebusiness.com/Los Angeles, SBA Loan Firm Investigates all OK, Top National Business Development Expert Dave Turkin talks about Reputation Management. What businesses and individuals have to go through to keep their good reputation intact. Complaint by the SBA and others can linger on forever. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd9APrPdZVE Topics: dave turkin, gary monroe, accessible business, sba loan firm investigation
Set in the city of Pondicherry, a Union Territory in South East India, the documentary uncovers the story of disappearing cycle rickshaw drivers living in abject poverty. Over time, the city has experienced a gradual but alarming reduction in the number of cycle rickshaws thereby diminishing the chances of living of those who depend on them. What used to be one of the primary modes of transport in the city is now a fading memory with the few remaining ones staging a difficult survival. The film... Topics: Men of Burden, Accessible Horizon films, Documentary, Pondicherry, Rickshaw
In this episode, I'm chatting to Graham Lloyd of Lateral Design Concepts about wheelchair accessible vehicles, and why he thinks so many of them are a little bit boring, and looking at the influence of Motability on the market... Topics: WAV, accessible, vehicle, design, Lateral Design, Graham Lloyd
On this episode of The Accessible Stall, Kyle and Emily talk about beauty standards and disability (with a special guest!) Topics: disability, disabilities, accessible, access, podcast, stall, beauty, standards
The School for Designing a Society, established in 1991, is a project of teachers, performers, artists, and activists. It is an ongoing experiment in making temporary living environments where the question "What would I consider a desirable society?" is given serious playful thought, and taken as an input to creative projects. The film revolves around the summer school that one of the Accessible Horizon Films member attended in the summer of 2007. For further information visit…... Topics: SDAS, School for designing a Society, Accessible Horizon Films
In 2010 President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. This law puts in place health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond. Knowledge is power in navigating these new changes! Join Nurse Rona and a guest as they offer suggestions on how to understand both the Affordable Care Act and what low-income health programs are already available to you and your family. This show is sponsored in part by the California Endowment. - Rebecca Ruano, MPH, the health coverage... Topics: healthcare, medicine, awareness, affordable care act, accessible, equal, coverage, insurance
The Freedom Science Mobility Seat. This seat allows wheelchair users with limited mobility to access vehicles from their wheelchair without having to climb into the original vehicle seats. We can provide both trucks and SUVs which have already had a conversion - or we can modify your existing Truck or SUV to make it fully wheelchair accessible. WWW.BETTERLIFEMOBILITY.COM 888 540 8267 Topics: Mobility truck, mobility suv, wheelchair accessible vehicles, mobility van.handicap van, wheelchair...
Get it straight " From a Woman's Perspective" on AM 740 every Saturday morning at 8This Saturday make informed decisions based on facts,Learn how to "Retire on Your own Terms" with Senior Wealth Manager Darren Farwell of Scotia McLeod (www.farwellwealthmanagement.com)Hear about home care from Nurse Jackie of Bayshore (www.bayshore.ca) ,Get the scoop about the new season coming to Flato Markham Theatre,(www.marhamtheatre.ca) Discover the exciting opportunities offered by... Topics: Retirement investing, home care, live entertinment, accessible renovations, fitness, Skin Cancer
This video is a demonstration of making and canning peach blueberry jam. Additional details about this recipe can be found at http://columbusfoodie.blogspot.com/ I have uploaded both a captioned and non-captioned version. Topics: canning, peach, blueberry, jam, cooking, vlog, columbusfooide, digital vittles, captioned,...
A captioned version of a video recipe for blueberry peach jam. Check out http://columbusfoodie.blogspot.com for additional important information about how to make this recipe Topics: canning, captioned, accessible video, peach, blueberry, jam, recipe, cooking, digital vittles,...
Listen as Tiffiny talks about going to Lady Gaga, and hear her interview with Mark Felling of Broadened Horizons, a quadriplegic engineer who's developed a line of adapted video game controllers for people with limited mobility. Mark also talks about three new products he's recently developed, including a very cool door-opening device called The Butler. Topics: gimp gear, broadened horizons, adapted video game controllers, accessible gaming, environmental...
Summary: How I got into Accessible Computing including definition of 'accessible'Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1561 Accessibility tools for the visually impaired A short explanation of how I personally got involved with accessible computing, a definition of the term 'accessible' as it is applied to anything in relation to persons with physical or cognitive impairment, and very short list of the most commonly used adaptive tools to improve accessibility to Windows and Linux.... Topics: accessible, NVDA, Orca, brltty, Vinux, Talking Arch, Ubuntu Accessibility, Debian Accessibility
The Enterprise South Nature Park is now open to the public. This 2800 acre nature park is located beside the Volkswagen Plant on Volkswagen Drive in Chattanooga. Once a part of the Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant, this site is now the home of the regions newest green space, housing miles and miles of woodland trails and paved roads to support outdoor enthusiasts, hikers and mountain bikes. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: Enterprise South Nature Park, hiking, mountain bike trails, ADA accessible trails, health,...
This report presents an analysis of the transportation needs of the elderly and handicapped in the Central Naugatuck Valley Region. It provides an inventory of the nodes of travel of these individuals and the specific problems limiting their full mobility. In addition, the various transportation systems serving the elderly and handicapped are described and an evaluation has been made of their adequacy in meeting the needs of the Region's immobile and transit dependent residents.Preparation of... Topics: mini bus service, para transit, elderly and handicapped transportation, wheelchair accessible...
Applications are now being accepted for the newly created accessible community task force.The group will focus on improving the quality of life for people living with mental or physical disabilities by providing information, advice and advocacy.“The task force is able to be more flexible than a board or commission, and so we’ve seen this and used this model with the senior task force and it’s been very successful and we felt that the advisory commission on disabilities, there’s an... Topics: Illinois, Naperville, Naperville Community Television, NCTV17, Public Access TV, Community Media,...